It took me about 30 seconds to find the salary via the link on their website. Admittedly, this UKC ad is verbatim from their website, which took me about 15 seconds to figure out, and so is a bit misleading, but perhaps this was the first test for potential candidates.
And no, job adverts should not always give a salary. You might want them to, and there are good arguments for doing so, but there's no obligation.
I'm not interested in the job so I didn't click on the advert link. Isn't it a bit odd to have the salary on their wesite but not in an external job advert? Some companies (not the one here) take the piss with jbo adverts. I've heard them say "we prefer candidates who are motivated by our vision and values rather than the salary" which is corporate cult nonsense.
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